Clinical Director of St Vincent’s Northside
National Clinical Director Imaging
Chairman of the Diagnostic Imaging Clinical Council
I speak English
St Vincent’s Northside, Brisbane
Interventional and vascular radiology
Quality control issues
After attending medical school in Bristol and Oxford, I did my radiology training in Bristol, Brisbane and the University of Toronto.
I moved to Australia in 1997 to work at the Gold Coast Hospital. In 2007, I became the Director of Radiology. From 2014-2016, I worked at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. Then I moved back to Queensland to continue my radiology career.
Now I’m a Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist at St Vincent’s Northside in Brisbane. I’m also the Clinical Director of Imaging for Healius and I chair the Clinical Council, which advises the company on clinical matters.
Radiology is a crucial and active part of every hospital. We’re often at the centre of decision-making and we get to have a lot of contact with patients, which I enjoy.
Radiology is where computers are most effectively meshed with medicine. With so many new imaging tools being introduced, this is an exciting time to be a doctor.
I also love the flexibility that comes with radiology, because it gives you the opportunity to work across Australia and internationally.
I’m an inner-city Greenie with an electric car, electric bike and electric unicycle. I can still play soccer and I like to cook for my wife and grown-up sons.